Silicon Valley education company zSpace today announced it has expanded its math software offering with a new application, Martian Math, and an update to the Let’s Cook application on its Inspire augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) laptop. Announced. zSpace Inspire is an AR/VR laptop that doesn’t require a head-mounted display or 3D glasses. A wide range of his STEM and career, technical education, sports, modeling and simulation applications are available on Inspire.
Harnessing the power of zSpace Inspire’s augmented and virtual reality to learn these skills brings teaching to life, helping students better understand concepts that are difficult to visualize, and to develop concepts that are difficult or impossible in the real world. You will be able to practice navigating possible situations. high. Martian Math is a math fluency game with a framework of arithmetic functions. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, ratios. Powered by zSpace’s AR/VR platform, the game gives elementary school students.
An engaging and fun way to practice their math skills and prevent aliens from stealing supplies. Adaptive technology adjusts assignments as students progress. Let’s Cook brings students of all ages into a virtual kitchen to cook pizza from a recipe. Students use pens to cut tomatoes, grate cheese, roll dough to make pizza, and apply math skills in real-world applications. “Teachers using zSpace regularly share ideas on how to expand the content they offer to meet the needs of their classrooms. We prioritize their ideas and look forward to releasing Martian Math and the new and improved Let’s Cook.
These applications allow students to speak fluently to mathematical facts in an exciting and engaging way while deepening their conceptual understanding,” said Joe Parlier, senior director of education at zSpace. A zSpace representative is available to discuss Inspire and demonstrate his skills.